March 27, 2019 By Christian Murray
An 11-year-old girl who was reported missing Monday has been found in lower Manhattan and her mother is in custody, police said.
Nissa Domingo, from Las Vegas, had not been seen by her father since Feb. 15 in their Las Vegas home. Her parents were in the midst of a custody battle and her mother took her to New York where they disappeared, police said.
Her father filed a missing person report soon after she went missing with the Las Vegas Police Department. Las Vegas police then later reached out to the NYPD when it heard she was in the city.
The NYPD determined that she had been staying at the Metro Hotel, located at 73-00 Queens Blvd., for a period of time and conducted a search.
Domingo was found yesterday and her mother, Raenezza Domingo, is in custody, awaiting extradition for absconding with the child and violating the custody order.